The wait for a GTA V PC announcement is getting kind of long in the tooth now. We all know it’s coming Rockstar, so why don’t you reach out and let your original fans know?
Four months after the game’s monstrously successful console launch, yet more information has emerged pointing to a PC version arriving, with an air of inevitably normally only associated with taxation…
A 150-page bug log has surfaced, detailing a PC version and additional DirectX 11 effects not possible on the previous generation of consoles. No, 150 pages isn’t a typo. It appears Rockstar has an actual tome dedicated to irritating problems in Grand Theft Auto V.
The bug log contains information on dozens of GTA V test builds dating back to 2009, with a PC version referenced during the last 18 months of development. PC Gamer reports that this file has been doing the rounds for some time in the GTA fan communities, with a large number of references indicating that the port is very much on.
Rumours have been circulating for some time now that a March 12th release date is on the cards, with numerous sources backing up this claim. Leading Brazilian online software vendor Nuveem confirmed as much last month when CEO Thiago Diniz said “I see no problem talking. I think until now been confirmed. Is scheduled for March on PC, if I’m not mistaken, for the 12th.”
Do you think GTA V is finally going to come to PC in March?
What sort of system requirements do you think it will demand?
Let us know!